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SCI Electrochem Postgrad Conference 2015 - call for posters and presentations

Peter Pintauro

13 May 2015

The SCI Electrochem Postgrad Conference 2015 (SCIEPC) is taking place at Newcastle University on Monday 8 June 2015. The day will run from 9:30 to 17:00. SCIEPC 2015 is a special event allowing postgraduate students and postdocs working in the field of electrochemistry to present their work to fellow students and academics in a friendly atmosphere. It is supported by the SCI Electrochemical Technology Group and is free to attend.

A special guest speaker, Prof Peter Pintauro, pictured right, Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Vanderbilt School of Engineering in Nashville, will delivering a top quality keynote presentation. His research focuses on membrane science, proton-exchange membranes and organic electrochemical synthesis.

Alvatek, an electrochemistry, fuel cell and battery research centre, will also be attending, exhibiting their state-of-the-art electrochemical equipment.

There will be plenty of opportunities to talk to speakers, exhibitors and other delegates over the complimentary lunch and during coffee breaks. The day will end with a social event from 16:00 with musical entertainment being provided.

There is also an opportunity of winning a special prize. The two best postgraduate student presentations will win the chance to present their work at Electrochem 2015 at Durham University and their registration fee will be paid for.

If you would like to attend and present a poster or oral presentation please request a registration form via e-mail from sci.epc@ncl.ac.uk

The deadline for registration and abstract submission is 25 May, so please get in touch today.

Simon Coleman
Student Representative of the SCI Electrochemical Technology Group

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